Cu-Clock

Cu-Clock design cuckoo clock by Magis designed by Naoto Fukasawa; roof available in 4 colours.

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Description

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The cuckoo clock design of Magis Cu-Clock was created by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa and is made ​​entirely of ABS opaque, the roof is available in four different colors.
Complete with battery, Cu-Clock is a timeless complement, which connects the ancient tradition of cuckoo clocks with the use of modern materials and a minimalist design.

Dimensions
- 23 cm d.9 h.28, 5
Base: cm 18.

Materials and Finishes
- matt ABS

Interior Designer's Opinion

L'Opinione dell'Arredatore
Cu-Clock è un orologio contraddistinto da un dolce richiamo alle casette invernali per gli uccellini, in grado di riprendere i canoni classici dell'abitazione con dettagliate proporzioni e simmetrie.
L'orologio è "abitato" da un simpatico volatile schematizzato, il quale si affaccia dal lucernario del sottotetto.
Cu-Clock è un orologio a cucù semplice e raffinato dal design minimal, collocato nella preziosa categoria degli oggetti senza tempo.

Additional Information

Area of Production
Italy
Weight
1,5 Kg
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Designer

Naoto Fukasawa Naoto Fukasawa
Naoto Fukasawa (Japan, 1956) is considered the most brilliant Japanese designer in the field of contemporary design. By partnering with major companies like Apple, Seiko Epson and Ideo, in thirty years has designed all kinds of items: clocks, LCD tv and tv wrist using the micro-technology, cell phones, CD players, printers, shredders, and even food wrappers, coffee maker and toaster. As part of furniture works with B & B Italy, Driade, Magis, Danese, Artemide and many others. His goal is to make things easier to use, to simplify everyday objects, making them more accessible.

 

 

 

Manufacturer

Magis history has been characterized by winning products acclaimed by critics, mass media and public.

The Venetian company was born in 1976 and in few years it astonished the market with original furniture pieces, up-to-date materials and innovative techniques.
1984 is the year of Step ladder. Initially it was completely ignored by the design field judged not worthy of a furniture store; in the following years this judgement turned out to be completely wrong since Magis sold a million copies of this ladder becoming one of their most acclaimed classic piece coming with a design which has been copied worldwide by top manufacturing companies.
The 90s welcomed new famous co-workers such as the designer Jasper Morrison, who created classic iconic products which appear now inside museums such as MoMa, New York. Lyra stools and Bombo, the extraordinary success of Stefano Giovannoni, were created during those years. From this moment on, the multiple Magis achievements brought them to display their own products in the most famous contemporary art museums: London, Hamburg, New York.
Since 2000, the year of Air-Chair designed by Morrison, Magis has been producing furniture items made of plastic or recyclable / recycling materials and using techniques such as gas injection or rotational moulding. In 2004 Me Too collection was born, a collection designed for children from 2 to 6 years. Many of these products won and still win several internation prizes such as Compasso d'Oro in 2011 for Steelwood Chair, a project by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.

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